Female Entrepreneurs Network

24 March @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
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Whether you’re already up and running, or you’re still at the ideas stage, our events are a chance to meet other female founders.

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Celebrating and supporting female entrepreneurs across the South!
Join our events and be inspired by our guest speakers then connect with other business women through some simple, informal networking.
All our events bring together women who run (or would like to run) their own business for networking and a chance to seek support and advice from our inclusive community.

Guest Speaker: Emma Weatherstone, FSB Membership Advisor – Portsmouth & Solent
Emma Weatherstone is an entrepreneur and local business women, wearing a number of different hats in business .
She is a science graduate and worked for Astra Zeneca in sales and marketing for over 10 years in London before becoming self-employed after taking redundancy in 2008. This was the real turning point in her life and the start of the exciting entrepreneurial journey.
She now runs a number of businesses; owns a property portfolio, is a coach and business mentor and is launching a new start-up Capital to Coast this Spring, helping people relocate from the London to the South Coast. She has always been a FSB member since becoming self employed and is a membership advisor supporting and protecting small businesses in the Solent area.
She is passionate about coastal living and the great outdoors, supporting the local community and businesses and loves spending her spare time on and near the water.
She lives in Emsworth with her husband, son, cat and 2 naughty terriers.

Date: Wednesday 24th March
Time: 10:00am – 11:30am
Location: The comfort of your own home!
Programme:
9:55 am- Meeting open for people to join
10:00 am – Welcome, introduction, and AWE update from Amy Doyle
10:10am – Guest talk, Emma Weatherstone
10:30am – Q&A with Emma Weatherstone
10:45 am – Networking. A chance to introduce yourself and your business, and to ask for support and advice.
11:30 – event close.

There will be a chance to find out more about the training and mentoring provided by Accelerating Women’s Enterprise (AWE) and how you can benefit from the project.
AWE is funded by the European Union’s Regional Development Fund.

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